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New leadership at Cal Aggie Alumni Association board

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July 18, 2014 |

Ramak Siadatan has been elected president of the UC Davis Cal Aggie Alumni Association and Debby Stegura as vice president of the association’s board of directors for 2014-16.

Siadatan took over his new duties on July 1. A CAAA life member since 2005, he has served on several committees, including chairing the Chapters Committee, and as vice president of programs.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in agricultural and managerial economics in 1999, and an MBA in 2006, both from UCD. Siadatan is a learning and development professional, and works for Guidewire Software Inc. as its sales enablement training manager, supporting its worldwide sales force. He lives in Roseville with his wife, Allison, a 2003 UCD graduate, whom he met when they were both members of the Cal Aggie Marching Band-uh, and their son.

Stegura also took over her new duties on July 1. She has served CAAA in numerous capacities through the years, including chairing the development committee and spearheading fundraising for and installation of CAAA’s Donor Wall.

Stegura graduated with honors from UCD in 1979 with degrees in political science and mass communication. She received her law degree from the University of Southern California in 1984, where she was an editor of the law review.

She practiced business litigation law for many years, most notably at the former Alschuler, Grossman and Pines in Los Angeles. Stegura holds elective office as a board trustee of the Palos Verdes Library District. She lives in Rolling Hills Estates with her husband Larry Vanden Bos. They have three grown children.

Stegura will assume the CAAA presidency in 2016.

The Cal Aggie Alumni Association board of directors is a group of alumni volunteers who lead the nonprofit organization in its service to UCD and its more than 210,000 alumni. The association is always looking for candidates for its board of directors. For a nomination form or for more information about CAAA, visit www.alumni.ucdavis.edu.

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